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EVENING, BULLETIN, HONOLULU, V.
It., WEDNESDAY, July i4, 'M.
J, DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
I' At 120 Kin ir Street. Hnnnlnln. Tutrllnm r ttamll '
i Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week,
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. farrlngton, - Editor
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I'rf Quarter, atiywlieit In U.S 3.oo
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
T,1 I Editorial Rooms, - 185
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Choosing the best life and habit,
by and by, will make you like it best.
Love can mnkc oven tlio Iloths
chllil millions look like thirty tents.
A modern city building hns a
Iil.uo near tlio top of the list of pro
' jiets that will help Honolulu.
' Lack of funds Is nn ancient story
Willi tho Department of Public In
I utiuctlcm and a stilndlnR disgrace to
. the Territory of Hawaii.
Labor difficultly nro temporory
cuil when good worker nro nvall
nblo fiom tho Philippines nnd unllni
1 toil homesteaders from Imropo.
Advertising Is the life of trade,
even In u prize fight. That Is why
.lelfrlca nnd Johnson become k
llercely wrought up before the ar
ticles me signed.
. Citizen or lesldcnt who supports
-thn sjslem built tip to create n sep
arate government for the Japanese In
1' this ilty, cannot bo regarded as oth
er than an enemy of American gov
ernment. It Is time for the reputable Japan
ese of tho ilty to show their hand
unless they wish to be reckoned with
the men engaged In setting up an In
dependent government for Jnpancre.
If tho Korean at homo Is no bet
ter than the avcrngo of his kind en
countered In Hawaii, there will be
mighty lltllo resulting benefit from
the action of Japan granting Korea
Treasurer Conkling will do well
to mark his career by floating Ter
ritorial bonds In Honolulu on more
favorable terms than could be se
cured In New York. .Make them
$100 bonds and let tho little fellows
have a chance.
livery Japaneso who has violated
( tho oiMer of the Circuit Court will
'! bo given the benellt of the doubt.
That Is agreed In every American
court ,and It Is not necessary to
' plead Iguornnco In order to crcato
, unjtistllled smpathy.
Not one city In n thousand has the
brilliant future assured that Hono
lulu can bank on. Yet some of our
good citizens are afraid wo shall go
too fast In discounting tho future.
Our people are losing money nnd
happiness overy day by allowing
themselves to slumber, chloroformed
Our old friend, the Bhah of Per
sia, Is having u hard time of it, even
with Uussla to help him. Much zctt
would be added to the situation If
Col. Hooscvclt would cut across lots
and rescue tho Sovereign from the
javv'H of the political lion. And also
mako Itoosevelt's doings worth the
price of cablo tolls.
They can sneer at Hawaii's Invita
tion extended to Congressmen all
they please. They may cull It n
Junketing trip. We rest happy in tho
knowledge that ours Is tho most pop
ular trip offered nnd content with
tho conviction that we uro doing the
Nation n servlco In educating as
many of Its legislators as possible in
tlio size of tho Pacific ocean and the
Importance of Hawaii.
It It be true, ns stated In main'
land dispatches, that the Japanese
govcrnment alms to secure more fnv-ition or Its abolition. It could send
jOrnlilo Immigration terniB In the new: anj thing to the people for ratlflca
trenty with the United States, the tlon. A Washington exchange Is nu
local Japaneso have conducted them- thorlty for tho statement that ncar
Hilvos In a manner that will do any- j. thirty States hnvo passed the res
thlug but help the causo of tlielr olutlons necessary to securo a Con
government. A'lmlrnl IJIthl had stitutlonnl convention, nnd tho vote
reason to nngrlly ask his fellow 0f but thlrty-ono would bo required,
countrjmen what they meant byl However, Congress has now sub
stirring up this unnecessary trouble, nilttcd the pioposal direct to tho
I Legislatures of the soveral States,
JiiiIrc Hardy believes there Is and ' tho immediate question Is
itimtlhing radically wrong In a whether the amendment will obtain
county when the Federal government the required two-thirds of tho
licenses soventy dispensers of alco
holic llquois nnd tho Territorial gov-
eminent supposes that there aro no
1 v, retail liquor sollerB. Judgo Hardy
' might also concludo that tho condl-
tlous In Kuual nro much llko those
. WBUKIW OUL.I.BTI.N
Per Sll Montn. i at ,ft
Pn V(lt, (njiwherc In U.S I.chi
Pel Yef an) 'there In C.nd... I. Bo
I'erVe.r wta!J, totcnn 3.mi
Entered at Ihc Postoffic at Honolulu
as stcom! clat mailer.
JULY 14, 1909.
of n Piohlhltloii stale where tho peo
ple m.iko n law for conscience's sake
mid then forget to enforce It grand
juries, Judges and all go deaf, dumb
. JAPANESEJTASS" SYSTEM
The It u 1 1 o 1 1 n gives Its readers
toda the text of the "Passes" issued
by an organization within this city
that tells the Japanese residents.
when they may go, where they may
go, how long they may stay and at
what hour they must return. If or
dels are not followed the wanderer it
Let the full possibility of this sjs
tem that has been built up becrctly
sink Into jour souls, J on citizens
who believe that even tho residents
of theso islands should be guaran
teed life, liberty and tho pursuit of
In this "pass" we have tho evi
dence, It further evidence were need
ed, that certain alien residents of
Honolulu have set up nnd in full
running order among the Japaneso
of this city nnd this Island n sstcm
of government absolutely Independ
ent of tho government of the coun
try. Worse than this, the nets of certain
agents have been such as to prove
the satisfaction of ordinary men
,ut the purpose of this Independent
'government" In the hands of Jap-
anese is to Ignore, defeat and defy
, tho laws of this Territory, by vio
lence It necessary.
Isn't It about time for the people
to demand an answer to the ques
tion: What docs this mean?
How much longer Is this situation to
be dealt with us an affair between tho
laborers and tho planters, when every
discovery that Is made in connection
with the strike movement strength
ens tho charge that it Is aimed di
rectly at the heart of tho govern
ment's power to guarantee personal
liberty In tho Territory of Hawaii?
INCOME TAX AMENDMENT.
"The Congress, whenever two
thirds of both Houses shall
deem It necessary, shall propinto
amendments to this Constitu
tion, or, on the application of
the Legislatures of two-thirds
of the several States, shall call
u convention for proposing
amendments, which. In either
rase, shall be valid to all Intents
and purposes, as n purt of the
Constitution, when ratified by
tho Legislatures of threo-fourths
of the several states, or by con
ventions In three-fourths there-,
of, us the one or tho other mode
of ratification may be proposed
ThlB paragraph fiom tho Constitu
tion the United States will have
more attention In tho next two jenrs
thnn it has received since 1870,
when the last amendment to tho
Constitution, the Fifteenth, was
proclaimed.' The method adopted to
securo nn Income tax amendment Is
that generally followed In recent
j cars. Congress has proposed an
amendment for the Legislatures, to
net upon, and the Constitutional con
vention will bo unnecessary. This
will hold tho legislative bodies to tho
ono Isauo. If n Constitutional con
vention were1 called It could go to
nny lengths in the way of constitu
Onto called, tho convention would
be a law unto Itself. It could pro-
' pob0 nn nmendment of tho Constitu-
States of the Union.
Speaking off-hand, ono would say
that tho lucomo (ax would have tho
easiest way possible If the amend-1
racnt were submitted to a popular'
voto of tho country not tho slightest
Fort Street . . . .2
Printers Lane ..2
Kalakaua Ave , .2
Peterson Lane . . 2
Lunalilo St. ...2
Xaili Avenue ... 2
Rose Street . ...3
Elm Street ... 1 3
Union Street ...3
Spencer Street. .2
Lunalilo Street. .3
Youn; Street. . .4
College Hills . i . 2
Kaimuki ...... 2 bedrooms . . $30.00
Bcrctania St. . .4 bedrooms. . 35.00
Kalia Road . . . .2 bedrooms. . 35.00
College Hills .. .2 bedrooms. . 40.00
Bcrctania Sf. .. 5 bedrooms. . 45.00
Kinau St 4 bedrooms. . 55.00
Alexander St. . .3 bedrooms. . CO. 00
doubt would exist as to lis success.
When tho Legislatures get hold of
It there Is no telling what may hap
Those In Washington who study
Into the matter closely express much
uncertainty. It Is pointed out Hint
innm utnlnfi nirpmlv linvn lnrntnn inx
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measures of their own and win uo.
loath to give them up, wlillo n rcd
cral Income tax would Impcno doublo
tnxatton. Then there Is always n
possibility of handling the Legisla
tures so that In such cases tho popu
lar Interest Is more or less misrepre
sented nnd lost sight of. Tho Now
England states are looked upon as
Opposition will be strong In that
section. Some of the organization
controlled far western states are like
wise regarded as likely to reject tho
measure. Its preference to nn un
friendly committee In one Legisla
ture, tho control of one Houso by
some combination of interests nnu
politics In another, u bit of corrup
tion where It would do the most
good these foiici might Inlluence
the Legislatures of the necessary
twelve States to reject tho proposal.
Hero Is a list which ono member t
Congress mado up of States which
might find their Legislatures oppos
tng such an nmendment:
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont,
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Con
necticut, New York, New Jersey, Del
aware, Pennsylvania, .Colorado, Mon
tana, Nevada and West Virginia.
Ho looked upon all theso as States
which must bo accounted more or
less uncertain until ilicro shall hnvo
been, more definite crstalllzatlon of
sentiment than lias thus far taken
The People want the Incomo tnx.
The old question Mares them In tho
face: Will they be defeated by tho
' UNITED'' ."
Let ns show you a bargain in one
of the best resident, sections of
Honolulu. Size of lot 50x200. Mod
ern cotajje of parlor, dining room,
three bed roomsi Kitchen, bath, etc,
A real bargain at $4,000,
S4.250.00 will buy a home in Mo-
ana Valley, almost new. Suitable
for small family. Terms to suit pur
We have a few choice building
lots. One especially good in Manoa
Valley for $1,000. Another in the
Makiki District for $2,000.
Perhaps' you would like to buy,
but have not found just what you de
sire, Let us find it for you.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Send a Message to Your
Friends ! '
btdrooms . .
bedrooms . .
bedrooms . .
bedrooms . .
drawn by men who are
tnrrtilinr With tnC
Our legal depart
ment will draft your
will free of charge. If
you have not already
made a will, or if the
one you have made is
not entirely satisfac
tory, why not
vantage of this
Bishop Trust Co;, Ltd.
! FOR HAWAII
Tho Governor Is :n receipt of n let
ter from A. J., Campbell with, u pamph
let Issued by, ,tho Department of tho
Interior endued. Tho painphlot 1 a
complete tunimary of Alaska Informa
tion nnd gives a list of all booku pub
Jlshcd concerning tho northern teirl-
tory. Mr Campbell stnteel in ins let
ter that iv similar tract wiy be ar
ranged for Hnvvnll as soon as tho ma
terial Is available.
DIG CHANGE TONIGHT.
Tho management of tho Park The
ntei, Fort ami liurctnnla, will chaugo
tho piogrum tonight so that tho public
will be getting mpiu for tho price of
ndnilsBlon than at any other placo of
amusement In Honolulu. Tho Wolf
Hunt" will bo continued nnd there will
be other films w 1th as much, and pos
sibly moro. Interest (Tho management
of the Park hns secured soma surprirc
pictures which will bo shown and tho
Mclnnttu listers will sing good songs.
Mi. Mllno has mado a great hit In Ills
recent productions and Is growing n
popularity with his audiences. Tho
great wolf hunt seoms to draw greater
crouds to tho Park Hum has been tho
rule, oven in Its grmtest successes.
This week has been a record week at
this theater because of the stellar at
tractions and tho fret that theio Is at
wa)s an rihiuidanco of fresh air and
freedom fiom toli.-.cco smoke. It Is
tho place for ladles nnd children.
Captain Cnllen, II. S. A., who has
hcai on tho Island oiOIiusIiiceb, sailed
for Snn Fiancisco jestenlay on tho
Sale of Laces
Monday. July 10,
8 A. M.
VALENCIENNES LACES. PR1N0
ESS LACES, CLUNEY MEDAL
LIONS, NET TOP LACES, BLACK
will be found in every depart
ment of the Alexander Young
You may inspect the Kitchen,
the Bake Shop, or the Candy
Open from 6 a. m. to 11:30 p. m.
Wi)th old age
ahead, bringing sickness
and loss of employ
ment, are you going to
spend all you earn as
you go along?
Start a savings ac
count with us. We
welcome small as well
as large deposits. 4
per cent, interest com
pounded twice annu
Bank of Hawaii,
Surplus and Capital $1,000,000.
(Continned from Pace 15
70 tax licenses for selling liquor nt
retail had been Issued on KnunI by
Federal authorities and that not a
single ono had been Issued by the
Territorial Hoard, that such a num
ber ns that Indlcntcd Btrnngly that
theio must bo Illicit selling of liquor
going on. IIochnrgcd tho Jury to
thoroughly Investigate tho same.
Tho Jury made its final report on
Friday morning, returning a few In
dictments against parties for vari
ous crimes which had previously oc
curred, but ns to the Illicit selling of
liquor they reported Hint thore was
"no rcawin to bo alarmeiU" that
they had thoroughly Investigated re
garding same and found thnt tho po-
llco department are now and, hnvo
alvvavs been on tho alert.
This evidently was n surprlso to
Ills Honor, for In a few well-chosen
remarks to the Grand Jury before
excusing them he said that tho exist
ence of 70 tnx licenses on Kauai to
sell liquor showed a careless neglect
In compblng with tho law in such
an extensive bale of liquor ns alleged.
In that senso there was n necessity
for nn Investigation to bo made.
The Court also said that ho wMicd
tho Jury had said that tho situation
called for more cffectlvo work to pro-
vent bucIi prnctlco; that the court,
cannot dlrtnto to the Jury what It
shall do In matters, but because ha
hil'd called attention, ho thought ho
could expect Bomo result.
After thanking tho jury he said
that on lug to tho unusual condition
of affairs It was possible they may
bo called together again.
Tho trial juibrs did not hnvo any
thing to do on Friday, as no cases
were ready for them. The calendar
indicated n short term. The Mc
Corlstnn cane was set for thb 14 th.
This case mny oicupy several dajs,
but other than this not much np
pears on the surface. Garden Is
Drinks' Ink like a camel.
(Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es. $2:50 upwards,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Washington, July 4. The belief Si
11 now obtnlns In diplomatic ilrclcs IX
tt that when Ilaron Tnkahlra, tho it
tX Japanese Ambassador, goes U SS
tt Japan, which he Is to do befoio U
U long, It will not be because ho It
tt has been summoned to confer tt
tt with his Government and receive tt
tt Instructions legardlng (ho liego- tt
tS'tlatloiiH for tho now tienty, which tt
tt nro about to begin, but becauso :t
tt he has been recalled permanently tl
St and will hot return to Washing- St
tt ton as ambassador. St
St -Tho existing trcnly between tt
SS Japan and tho United States will it
St explro by limitation In loll, nnd SS
St Inpan Is especially desirous of tt
SS negotiating n new nnd modified SS
SS treaty. tt
U The information Is that the mil- SS
tt Itary party in Jnpju Is again tt
tt Btrongly In (ho ascendant nnd SS
St thnt Its Influence with the Kat- SS
SS sura government is paramount. SS
St K is understood that one of tho St
SS modifications Japan is dcsltous of SS
SS securing for tho new treaty Is the SS
tt elimination of tho provision spo SS
St clflcnlly recognizing tho right of SS
tt this Government tii enact a l.tw SS
tt excluding Jnpancso laboicrs from tt
St United Stntcs territory. tt
st tt tt st ss tt st ss tt st ss ts tt tt ss tt s: t:
Tho celebration Indulged 111 by Na-
kanl Oklchl on tho Fouith of July by
shooting a revolver loaded with blank
cartridges In tho face of his hrnthci-
In-huv, will shortly bo nlicd In the
Oklchl has appealed from Hip deci
sion of Judge AndradP, who sentenced
him to six months1 Imprisonment.
What his objects were in thootlng aio
rather vague, but It was a result of a
quarrel between Oklchl anil his wife,
who left hlm'nnil went to live with her
Bulletin Business Office Phone 200.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
A Guide To
Eat Properly; Sleep Properly?
EAT as much as you can.
SLEEP as much as you can
DRINK RAINIER BEER
Rainier Bottling Works
- Telephone 1331
185 King St
Mrs. William Henderson.
V MVS ' 5?i'A
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RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA.
MltS. WILLIAM HUNDKIlSqN,
t'ralk, N. W. T., Can., writes !
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ternal weakness, which exhausted me
in that I feared I woultl lose my mind.
"Lsuffcrod agony with my back, thu
psln extending dovrn my left leg. Thu
pain wns so sevcro that I nould have
n eleomed death as n relief.
"Peruna cured moot this trouldo,
no wonder I recommend It so highly.
"Jt wilt soon bo two years since I
found relict from thoruln and not a
sign of it has returned.
"I am glad that there Is a way in
which I cau speak of thl, as many a
fufrcrcr may read my testimonial, and
not only read, but bellov e."
Had Given Up All Hope.
Mile. Alblna Chain In, No. GcTltuu
Agues. Ht. Henri, Montreal, Canada,
"I consider Pcrun bettor thsn ny
other remedy, as It cured mo when noth
ing clso could.
"I suffered for years and years with
heart trouble, headaches and weakness.
I never expected to And anything to
"I tried Peruna and am entirely cured."
The following wholesale druggUt,
will supply tho retail trolo:
Benson, Smith & Co.01'
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